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January 12, 2009


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Jared Goralnick

You don't want to know all my bugs, they wouldn't fit in this comment box! For the sake of the argument, here's one: I get to bed way too late and revisit my computer way too many times. I don't know that your/my method will help with that (at least not while I'm single and my dog isn't good enough at holding me to it), but I'll keep working on that.

I dig your analogies between tech & people (and darn Dumb Little Man didn't use my "Commitment Hacks" title that I wanted to call it). Thanks for the link, cheers!

Scott Mahler

I love the analogy to computer programming. Of course, I own a website development company, so I am a bit biased. Seriously though, this is a great way to get your message accross to those of us that think in programming terms. There are always ways to make a message relevant, and this post proves that. Thanks!

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